No. 1 Alabama Rolls Over Arkansas

Betting College Football How other Playoff contenders stack up against Alabama and an early look at Week 7 lines

Betting College Football How other Playoff contenders stack up against Alabama and an early look at Week 7 lines

Every week Alabama seemingly reaches another milestone with yet another blowout.

"Saturday's game proved that teams can score on Alabama's defense".

He opened the game with a insane stat line: He threw 2-for-2 for 123 yards and two touchdowns.

"I can't make any comparisons". He is out indefinitely, Nick Saban said Monday. I don't care if you're playing Louisiana whoever or Hoover High School, you show up to the game and you support your team. "We're going to have to work to get some other players to develop and be able to play for us". He went 10-for-12 with 334 yards and four touchdowns, and he was averaging 27.8 yards per pass. The sophomore was a spectator for most of the second half. You keep seeing numbers like that - he hasn't thrown a pass in the fourth quarter because he hasn't had to. "We had a lot of explosive plays, a lot of big plays".

Per Sunday's odds at the Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas, Alabama leads the list of contenders at -225. Tagovailoa hit Jerry Jeudy for scoring strikes of 42 and 60 yards in the second quarter.

Alabama, the No. 1 ranked team in the country, did what was expected Saturday against Arkansas.

"Offensively, this was our best performance", Arkansas coach Chad Morris said. "They do a good job of moving him around and his receivers good a good job of finding holes". "Three of those guys are defensive backs", Saban said. Senior running back Damien Harris rushed for a single yard in the first play of the drive, and then Tagovailoa took over again. "We didn't play very well as a unit. Had lots of opportunities to get off the field on third down and just didn't do it".

"I don't think that you really beat the other team when you give up 31 points, like we did today, at least on the defensive perspective", Saban said, via ESPN.

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